On Friday, the lovely woman that runs Missing In Canada put up the following posting, and reached out to us seeking answers to confounding mystery:
On the morning of January, 7 1998, five year old Brittany Locklear and her mother, Connie Chavis, were waiting for her kindergarten school bus outside their home in southern Hoke County, NC.
On June 13, 1977, eight year old Lori Lee Farmer, nine year old Michelle Heather Guse, and ten year old Doris Milner would arrive for their first day of camp not knowing that they would never leave alive. READ MORE
The killings and disappearances of Indigenous women has reached a boiling point in Big Horn County, a rural stretch of Montana land that boasts a sixty-five percent Native American population, from the Crow and Northern Cheyenne reservations.